If measures to fund C4C makes it to a ballot to be approved by voters, are you inclined to vote to fund City for Champions? A one question quick poll. Thank you.
It is not the goal of the Regional Banquet Alliance to 'serve the county'. Their goal is to support big business and Republican Party members who have created a local economy that is the poorest performing, economically, among the few metro counties in the state.
Their production is sub-par in working to develop local new business start-ups and lower in bringing national, job creating firms to the region. They have done well to agitate many in the small business community and to further create division within the community with their stand on issues that go against what has been expressed by voters.
City Council was correct in reducing funding for this group. Their endorsement will carry little value statewide.
What is happening in Colorado is happening from Denver and north. Where there is a plethora of reasonable people making progress, creating jobs. Will voters in those areas want to have a backwoodsie, small town politician in this important state office?
El Paso County, with it's gun nutty, thumping, limited-vision politicians and housewives create a lot of negative press that reflects poorly on the state as a whole.
Williams can do well locally; can he cut it with the rest of the state to grab the votes?
With what is known to date, are you inclined to vote to approve funding for C4C?
(With or without Jesse's socks) A quick and easy one question poll:
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